Women Entrepreneurs - Page: 4

Watch: How to Create Equitable Access to Capital

Black entrepreneurs face significant inequities in startup capital. What's the fix?

Watch: Strategies for Standing Out As a Black Woman In Business

Only 1% of C-suite leaders are Black women. How do we change that?

3 Important Lessons I've Learned as a Momtrepreneur

Sometimes, being a mother and an entrepreneur merges in the best way possible.

Laure Fisher

Does Public Speaking Make You Nervous? Here Are 10 Secrets to Help You Pull It Off Like a Pro.

I went from a reluctant first-time speaker to an experienced, confident one, and you can too.

The One Acronym You Need to Find Your Inner Voice

Speaking up endows more self-confidence and brings in newfound peace and growth.

Liana Zavo

This Entrepreneur Made a Splash in the $16 Billion Swimwear Market By Listening to Her Customers

Despite operating in the crowded swimsuit category while surviving a pandemic, Andie has persevered, its success driven by Melanie Travis' grit and determination.

Mita Mallick

Is the Rise of the 'Fempreneur' Hurting Women in the Workplace?

"Fempreneurship" is a trendy word some women use to self-describe their role as entrepreneurs or business leaders. But is this gender-first identification the best way for women to advance opportunities at work?

Joy Youell

Free On-Demand Webinar: How To Make The Jump from Employee to Entrepreneur

Is pursuing a career as an entrepreneur the right move for you? Kim Perell, an award-winning entrepreneur and business coach, will help you figure it out during this webinar. Watch now!

Kim Perell

What Happens When Your Inner Circle Doesn't Support Your New Business?

When this entrepreneur launched her mission-driven company, family, friends and community members overwhelmingly pledged their support -- then didn't follow through. Here's what she learned.

Kate Isler

How the Biggest Challenges Can Be the Greatest Opportunities for Entrepreneurs

Jenny Flores, head of small business growth philanthropy at Wells Fargo, is empowering women entrepreneurs to make an impact.

Keeping Your Business Going When You Get a Cancer Diagnosis

Launching a business is hard enough. But getting a cancer diagnosis forces you rethink everything.

Lynn Power

How to Accelerate Your Success as a Female Founder

The first step in starting a business has two components: doing something and then saying, "I'm doing this." Many female entrepreneurs struggle with the second part. I know I did.

Sarah Smith